Includes bibliographical references (pages -247) and index.
Introduction: Neapolitan Eighteenth-Century Visions of a Small State in the Modern World -- 1. Commerce, Morality and the Reform of Naples -- 2. Celestino Galiani: The Moral Power of Commerce -- 3. Doria and Vico: True Utility against Pleasure -- 4. Galiani's Moral Philosophy: 'Love' as the Principle of Society -- 5. Della moneta: Commercial Sociability and Monetary Politics -- Epilogue: Galiani and the Limits of the Enlightenment.